Prenatal in a Day – Group Class
Every month, Emma and the Brood crew cozy up to chat pregnancy, birth, and early postpartum.
Join us, with your partner(s) and support team for this incredible prenatal class offered in Vancouver West, Vancouver East or North Vancouver. Alongside this 5 hour in-person class, you will have free access to a bundle of Brood’s online courses (which include our Pregnancy, Birth & Right After, Postpartum & the 4th Trimester, Feeding & Your Baby, Early Parenthood courses) to learn in your home, at your own pace — a value of $168!
Birthing person and their support person(s)
Conception through to 26 weeks.
Our prenatal classes are sliding scale, with a suggested payment of $50 – $150. No one is turned away.
What You’ll Learn
When you attend Brood’s Prenatal in a Day you can expect us to guide you in understanding →
- The role of care providers and wellness practitioners.
- Labour’s rhythmns and phases.
- Physical, emotional and relational impacts of pregnancy, birth and postpartum.
- How your support team can nurture you through birth and into parenthood.
- Preparing for postpartum and parenthood.
- The basics of parent-led feeding (nursing and bottle guidance).
- Ending with Q & A time with a birth & postpartum doula
What makes this prenatal class special?
Brood’s Prenatal in a Day is the fun, community-driven, and joyful class! These are intimate groups of like-minded families, who get the feeling of a private prenatal but in a group setting.
We adapt the curriculum to the needs of the group
Access to our online courses so you can dive deeper, on your own time.
Gender-affirming content, infused with lived-expertise.
Peer reviewed by experts, using fact based studies.
Trauma informed approach to learning.
All the energy and supportive community feels.
Brood’s Prenatal in a Day – Group Class
Suggested $75 CDN
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